We solve problems through design + data.
While we pride ourselves on our ability to design some amazing work, we understand results matter. We use all available data to strategically choose the route we take.
How we're connected to our market.
With more then 15 years combined in ad buying and community engagement, we are proud to have been an integral part of so many of community organizations. Past and present organizations include: Santa Monica Kiwanis Club, Santa Monica Jaycees, Santa Monica Police Activities League, Buy Local Santa Monica, Dance for a Difference, Board of Directors of the Santa Monica History Museum and more.
As the creative lead for Sixth Street, Josh has had a robust background in design, giving him a foundation to deliver a clear strategy with sometimes ridiculous ideas. Josh has been a jack-of-all-arts for many years as the Artistic Director for a Theater company, Senior Partner at a pet product company, Lead Web Designer and Voiceover Artist. He has been known to bring laughter to a room with coffee for all.
Similar to Rob, he has a deep love of the Los Angeles Dodgers. This is slightly behind his love of his dog, Jaxon, his favorite video of him can be seen here.
Rob Schwenker was born in California and raised in North Carolina. Before being the publisher of Santa Monica Daily Press, before he was the Vice-President of Business Operations, he fetched coffee... let's just say he knows how companies grow from the ground floor.
Rob brings the expertise of a 14 year media career, having run a news organization in the world’s second largest media market to his clients. He specializes in developing marketing plans and public relations strategies that reach beyond the scope of traditional thinking, getting his clients engaged in their communities in powerful ways that drive revenues.
Rob is an active Santa Monica community member and has leadership positions in the Santa Monica Kiwanis Club, Santa Monica Jaycees, Santa Monica Police Activities League, Buy Local Santa Monica, Dance for a Difference and is currently Chair of the board of directors of the Santa Monica History Museum.
In his time away from work and civic activities you can generally find Rob on a golf course or in some kind of fitness class. He likes just about anything active and is an avid sports fan with a lifelong allegiance to both the Dodgers and Lakers.